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1951: Reel 5: French Morocco. June 29-30. Tizi-n-tit and Marrakech.
Unloading hay from truck.
Stacking hay with primitive derrick. [ws]
Stork on haystack.
Valley and mountain.
Butchering, man using tripods to hold animal. [2 shots]
Village market along road.
Several stalls for merchants.
Another butchering area.
Kasbahs and kraals.
Women carrying grass, [ws; 4 women on road]
Village on hillside with olive trees in foreground.
Flat-roofed homes, [perforation]
Circular stone wheel. [close enough for good detail.]
Man carrying sheep on back.
Valley with terrace farming.
Rugged mountains with sparse vegetation. [fairly cu of 1 hill]
Path of side of mountain.
Three baby gazelles and adult.
River with irrigation canal, [light spots]
Whitewashed stone guardrail.
Preparing evening meal. [two women]
Skin water-bag on truck.
Donkey dragging branches.
Dentist table, tools and molars.
Storyteller with listeners, [ws; large circle]
Storyteller reading, [cu]
Market. [ws of whole market, then 6-8 cu faces]
Filled water-skin on donkey. [shows animal shape]
Moisture on skin. [keeps water cool]
Front of building, decorated.
Market stalls and street.
Women with baskets on heads, [perforations, light spots]